5 Responses to “Spring of Rage”

  • BAM says:

    nice fucking sedition. 53x3113nt.

  • skeptic421 says:

    Once again I honor the peoples of Europe for taking to the streets. Yet I’m reminded of the lack of direct action in the U.S. When the fuck will America wake up? I think it is imperative for America to revolutionize as it is the worlds most powerful nation, doing so would create a domino effect and many nations would follow. Our leaders know this, therefore America is the most successful system in keeping people sedated, ignorant and oblivious to the fact that they’re getting fucked.
    I agree protesting needs to be seen as a positive and fun act of people coming together and making a difference, not as a “dangerous and stupid” (yes, i have talked to shitheads that say protesting is stupid) thing to do. If you havent been to a protest u will be surprised and will probably come back for more. Theres nothing like that “electrifying” and “empowering” feeling of the people marching through the streets, its quite addictive.
    Thanks for sharing that AWESOME song “La Rage”

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  • idiompost says:

    If you need a medic let me know I would be happy to attend any event near michigan. I can’t afford to drive far from this shit hole I can’t buy a minimum wage job bschroeder1212@gmail.com

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